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Comparative morphology and topography of the cranial parasympathetic ganglia connected with the trigeminal nerve in mouse rat and hamster mus musculus rattus norvegicus mesocricetus auratus 2. pterygopalatine ganglion

Kuder, T.

Folia Morphologica 42(4): 271-282

1983


ISSN/ISBN: 0015-5659
Accession: 004996838

Using Koelle-Friedenwald's thiocholine technique, pterygopalatine ganglia in mice, rats and Syrian hamsters were examined. They are markedly lengthened agglomerations of neurocytes, topographically connected with the media-dorsal surface of the maxillary nerve. These ganglia show great individual and species variations. The different shape of the pterygopalatine ganglion, as well as the way of the origin of glandular branches in hamster, distinguish this species from other investigated rodents.

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